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Wondering about my used Intel-x IHS numbes?

loganchris
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Hi!

Maybe this isn't the right place for this question, my apologies if it isn't. I bought a used Intel-x i7 9800x and I am a little reluctant to install it for a boot test since I only have 1 motherboard at the moment, and the processor has a little wear and tare on it.

This is what is printed on the IHS:

Intel® CORE™ i7

I7-9800x

SREZ9 3.80GHZ

L019G466 (e4)

SREZ9

M0B44A0500357

 

I am just trying to make sense of it so I don't find myself without a working PC. 

Any help would be great!

 

-Chris

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AlHill
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First, do you know for a fact that your motherboard bios supports this processor?   If not, ask the motherboard manufacturer.

 

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loganchris
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Hi, and thanks for the reply.

Yes, my ASUS ROG Gaming-e x299 motherboard supports the intel 2066-socket.

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AlHill
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No, that is not what I said.   Socket support is not enough.  The MOTHERBOARD BIOS MUST also support the processor.

 

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loganchris
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Right, I understand better now and thank you for clarifying.

My motherboard BIOS does support the 9800x.

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